Inspiration

 

COFFEE COCKTAILS

MADE
EASY

WITH COOL COFFEE

 

Besides enjoying Cool-Coffee Original on the rocks, it also works great with its natural coffee flavor in various drinks & cocktails.

By now coffee cocktails cannot be left out on the drink card and with good reason. Coffee and cocktails are a good partnership due to the unique balance the coffee's intense aromatic flavors creates as a counterpoint to the slightly sweeter cocktails.

Besides quality, convenience is a buzzword. That is why we try to reduce the number of ingredients, so that you get 7 delicious straightforward recipes to try out.

GALIANO COLD BREW



2 cl Cool-Coffee
Shaken cream


Cool Tip: Galiano/Vanilla liquor can be used, but is not necessary

Description: A cool version of the classic Galiano Hot Shot

COOL RUSSIAN



8 cl Cool-Coffee
6 cl milk


Cool Tip: Can easily handle an added splash of vodka

Description: White-Russian – The Easy Way

COLD BREW MARTINI



9 cl Cool-Coffee
3 cl Iced Espresso


Cool Tip: Can easily handle an added splash of vodka

Description:
Shake&Strain
Espresso-Martini – The Easy Way
Garnish with 3 coffee beans on top

COOL MUDSLIDE



1 part Cool-Coffee
1 part Cream Liquor


Cool Tip: Can easily handle an added splash of vodka

Description:
Shake&Strain
The milkshake of liquors, a delicious creamy and delicate drink
Garnish with chocolate crumbs on top

COLD BREW & TONIC



4 cl Cool-Coffee
10 cl Double Dutch cranberry tonic


Cool Tip: Can easily handle an added splash of gin

Description:
The coffee and the fruitiness complement each other really well. You first notice the fruity notes on the tip of your tongue, and merely afterwards notices the coffee notes on the back of your tongue. Add a squeeze from an orange peel
Also works with a Mediterraneaen Tonic
Garnish with floral decorations

COOL COLLINS



6 cl Cool-Coffee
2,5 lemon juice
Top up with sparkling water


Cool Tip: Can easily handle an added splash of vodka

Description: Light & refreshing summer drink without too much alcohol. Garnish with a slice of lemon

COLD BREW & SOUR



6 cl Cool-Coffee
3 cl lemonjuice
1,5 cl simple syrup
0,5 cl eggwhite (for foam)


Cool Tip: Can easily handle an added splash of Rum.

Description:
Shake&Strain
A clear winner if you need to impress your guests with both technique and taste!
 

COFFEE COCKTAILS

WITH

COOL COFFEE

 
If you have the courage to throw yourself into some slightly more complex cocktails, here are five sexy suggestions for you to try.

COOL ISLAND ICE TEA (STRONG)



2,5 cl Cool-Coffee
1,5 cl vodka
1,5 cl Rum
1,5 cl gin
1,5 cl Triple Sec
2,5 cl lemon juice
1,5 cl simple syrup
6 cl cranberry juice


Cool Tip: Also works as a Punch

Description:
Fill the bottom of a large glass full of ice cubes with cranberry juice. Shake the rest of the ingredients with ice, and strain the contents in the glass. Garnish with an orange slice.
Our interpretation of the classic Long Island Ice Tea cocktail, but with a cool twist

COOL MINTY



2 cl Cool-Coffee
2 cl vodka
2 cl mint syrup
1 cl chocolate liquor
3 cl milk


Cool Tip: You can replace the mint syrup with a coconut syrup for a summer version

Description: Shake all ingredients with ice and strain the contents into the glass. Garnish with a mint leaf

COOL ’N JUICE



3 cl Cool-Coffee
3 cl Rum
3 cl coconut syrup
5 cl pineapple juice
2 cl lime juice


Cool Tip: We recommend a dark Rum, as well as freshly squeezed limejuice

Description: Shake all ingredients with ice and strain the contents into a tall glass filled with crushed ice. Garnish with floral decorations

COOL PASSION



2 cl Cool-Coffee
2 cl vodka
2 cl Galiano
2 cl passions pure (Ponthier)
3 cl orange juice
1,5 cl simple syrup


Cool Tip: It’s all about using the right Passion Pure, we recommend Ponthier Passions Puree

Description:
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain the contents into a tall glass filled with ice. Garnish with orange peel.
An exotic cocktail with refreshing softness, where you first notice the coffee as an aftertaste

COOL COCKNEY



2 cl Cool-Coffee
2,5 cl cognac
2 cl orange liquor
2,5 cl lemon juice
1,5 simple syrup
(+1 drop of Angostura bitters)


Cool Tip: You can preferably replace cognac with bourbon

Description:
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain the contents into the glass. Garnish with lemon peel.
Our interpretation of the classic Side-Car cocktail, but with a cool twist